Be-Ro Home Recipes: Scones, Cakes, Pastry, Puddings

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    Great Britain; "wholesome, simple, economical"; several references to children: tempting children to eat with Be-Ro, cooking with mother is more fun with Be-Ro, etc. Images of each page from this item are available. Searchable text is only available for the title page, index, and/or contents pages. Chapter headings: Why Be-Ro Flour Is So Popular - Why You Should Teach Your Daughters To Bake At Home - Oven Hints - Scones; Hot Cross Buns and Griddle Cakes - Walnut Bread, Tea Loaf and Tea Cakes; Granny Loaf, Fig, Date, and Milk Bread - Pastry-Making Hints; Beef Steak Pie and Fruit Pie - Sausage Rolls and Mince Pies; Beef Pasty and Fruit Pasty - Cornish Pasties and Sly Cake; Short Pastry, Jam Tartlets, and Maids of Honour - Custard Tart and Tartlets; Shortcakes and Rich Jam Cake - Ginger Snaps and Parkins; Oatmeal Biscuits and Cheese Fingers - Biscuits - Hints for Making Cakes; Be-Ro Foundation Recipe and Be-Ro Sandwich Cake - Favourite Be-Ro Cakes - Queen Cakes and Be-Ro Fancies; Gingerbread and Sponge Parkin - Be-Ro Swiss Roll (a favourite); Sponge Sandwich and Sponge Shapes - Cocoanut Rocks and London Buns; Rock Buns and Macaroons - Large Cakes - Xmas Cake, Birthday Cake and Xmas Pudding; How to Ice a Cake - Steamed Puddings - Baked Puddings - Pancakes and Yorkshire Pudding; Be-Ro Puffs, Batter and Fritters - Be-Ro Rice Cakes and Be-Ro Snow Cake - How to Buy Be-Ro Flour; Replacement Booklet Offer - Back Cover.
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